Instrumental analysis has contributed to the progress of biological science, through the observation of morphology, the chemical analysis of compounds, the elucidation of amino acid sequences of proteins, etc. Furthermore, this progress has been accelerated by the development of analytical methods, which are used in diverse felds like medical science, agriculture, food and biotechnology, as well as the basic research work like physiology, biochemistry and genetics.
This Bionote presents an overview of the basics, namely principles and features of various instruments, as well as application examples using numerous optional attachments. We hope that the Bionote will assist researchers and engineers who intend to perform analyses in fnding and exploring new approaches.
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